CLEVELAND — RTA is switching back to its regular route options for several services. Riders can expect changes if you utilize the trolley, buses or the park-and-ride option.
RTA slashed services by about 15% during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Beginning Monday, three park-and-ride routes return. Buses from Westlake, Strongsville and north Olmsted will take riders to the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit center in Cleveland.
The routes will run in 30-minute intervals. Before the service was shut down because of COVID-19, it ran every 15 to 30 minutes.
Additionally, the B-Line trolley is offering runs every 15 minutes on a modified route that serves the warehouse district.
Normal light rail service for the blue and green line returned Sunday following a construction project.
System-wide, RTA is back to providing about 93% of its pre-COVID-19 services.
However, RTA says that changes could still be made based on demand. Masks are also required for public transportation.
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